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STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief 

Patricia Colgan 
Page Editor 

Sue Kodak 
Layout Editor 

Lynn Weber 
Copy Editor 

Georgia Vancil 
Treasurer 

Mary Jackson 
Business Manager 

Nancy Allen 
Photographer 

Ron Fenwick 
Adviser 

Mr. Fred Stahl 

INTRODUCTION 



The diversity of school life provides many sources of growth. It 
opens the doors to the pathways of life, and enables the student to 
realize the many opportunities that are open to him. In the excitement 
of basketball games, the responsibility of schoolwork and the joy of a 
few free minutes, the students of B.H.E.C. discover the path to 
individual fulfillment. Acquiring an education is not an easy task for 
anyone. It takes patience, desire, and ialotofwork. Yet despite the 
tedium of study, there is a feeling of accomplishment when you type 
the last word of that term paper or pass that final exam with an A. For 
you realize that through knowledge we achieve progress and progress is 
the key work for the students and faculty of B.H.E.C. 



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CONTENTS 



A Quick Glance Of 






Studying 




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Out of the primitive pathways of childhood, 
over the rollicking hills of youth, 
from each distant point of the compass 
we come together - searching for truth. 

Poised on the brink of life for a moment 
we share a common space and time. 
Yet by tomorrow our ways will be separate; 
some descend quickly while others climb. 

Whether to bright lights of fame and fortune, 
or dark shadows of failure and grief, 
toward deep valleys of soft blue illusion 
some roads seem endless, others too brief. 

Now we begin the construction of new routes, 
gaily impatient to be on our way. 
Leaving the obsolete paths abandoned 
grown over with memories of yesterday. 












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James Pitts 



Assistant Provost 

Graduated from Collinsville 
High, Illinois 

Attended: McKendree College 
Univ. of Dlinois 



Degrees: B.A. 

M.A. 



DEPARTMENTS 




Business 



Stephen Schaefer 

Graduated from North Side 
High, Indiana 

Attended: Univ. of Cincinatti, 
Univ. of Illinois 



Degrees: B.B.A. 

M.A. 




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Physical Science 
and Mathematics 



George B. Shirk 

Graduated from Fulton High, 
Illinois 

Attended: Augustana College, 
University of the South 

Degrees: B.A. 

M.A. 



ocial Science 



Kenneth Maguire 

Graduated from Stravahan 
High, Florida 

Attended: Jr. College of 
Broward County, Eastern 
Kentucky State College, 
Eastern Kentucky Univ., 
Univ. of Colorado 

Degrees: A.B. 

M.A. 




ORGANIZATIONS 




Student Senate 




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Row 1: Lance Hill, Ron Bflliet, Marian Riggins, Pennv Winter, Emilv Herbster, Mr. Stahl. Row 2: Mr. Bradbury 
Scott Lee, Russell Hicks, Paul Hockemeyer, Marshall Collister. 



Drama Club 



Psych Club 



Row 1: Mary Crossan, Mary Jackson, Pam Redfearn. Row 2: Shirley Enstrom, Julie Leffelman, Nancy Gadomski, Pat Colgan. Row 3: Mr. 
Hulteen, Nancy Allen, Marian Brown, Beth Entas. 




Newspaper 





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Registration 

The first two activities of the school year to take place were orientation and registration. Orientation 
consisted of a program to acquaint new students with the school, its faculty, and their future classmates. 
Following orientation the event of registration took its occurrence for both the new and old students 
planning to attend Black Hawk East. Both of these activities were very important in making the students 
feel at home, and for sophomores - back in the groove with school and B.H.C.E. 



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Drama Presentations 





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Homecoming 69 - 70 





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Age 
of 

Aquarius 




Queen Jayne and escort Les Perrigo 




Black Hawk East College held its Spring 
Formal — The Age of Aquarius — on May 9, 1970 at 
the Knights of Columbus Hall. Music was furnished 
by Sounds of Fury. Miss Jayne Morrissey was 
crowned as the penny queen. 



Love Rides The Rails 

Or 



Will The Mail- Train Run Tonight 





The campus' of Hawk established the "Cow Bell" tradition. 




The Black Hawk East Warriors were well represented in their basketball endeavors. 
Coached by Bill Kruse, the team efforts presented a successful season. The team consisted 
of Gary Anderson, Mark Astrouski, Nick Finck, Kirk Frageman, Ron Grawe, Ned 
Hubbard, Gary Mitro, Bernie Smith, Les Strader, Gary Taets, Mike Tautkus, and Dan 
Wilson. 



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Black Hawk 
East 
Warriors 



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Cheerleaders 



Kathy Robbins. Anita Halsall, Marian Riggins, and Peggy Boylan lead 
the cheers for the '69 - "70 sports season. 




B.H.E.C. 
Baseball 
Team 




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Cross 
Country 
Squad 




Left to Right: Coach Bill Kruse, Kirk Frageman, Jim VanFleet, and Gary Taets. 



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Sophomores 





Alvin Ziegler Steve Baldwin Bernard Smith 



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Freshmen 




Stephen Dooley 

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Dennis Doty 



Thomas Down 



Peggy Dustin 



Our 

Earth 




Day (ground breaking campus) 



GRADUATION '70 




Black Hawk East College Graduating Class of 1970 



Mr. Fred Stahl 



The dedication of this year's yearbook The Wahian is directed to an instructor at Black Hawk East 
whom the yearbook staff, the students, and the faculty feel deserving of the recognition. Mr. Stahl is a 
person who has proven himself as an asset to the student body, the school, and the community. He is a man 
interested in each person on an individual basis, and is one ready to lend a helping hand when the distress is 
sounded. To Mr. Stahl as a measure of our gratification for all he has done we dedicate this book. 




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